Specifics of Decision Making in Modern Business Systems: Regularities and Tendencies

Elena G. Popkova
Institute of Scientific Communications, Russia

Alina V. Chesnokova
Independent Researcher, Russia

Irina A. Morozova
Independent Researcher, Russia


Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781787566927
Published:
01 Aug 2019
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
308 pages - 152 x 229mm

Categories:

Under the increasing influence of globalization, integration and technological progress, modern business systems have become highly complex in terms of their organization, strategies and management. Specifics of Decision Making in Modern Business Systems: Regularities and Tendencies concentrates on how this changing context of the modern business system affects the process of decision making within organizations and corporations.  

With a focus on the regularities and tendencies of decision making within modern Russian business systems, the numerous contributors provide alternative and innovative ways to optimize and develop the process of decision making within businesses globally. This includes the use of forecasting within the consumer market, a consideration of public-private partnerships, and the development of a cluster platform to unify large, medium and small businesses. 

Specifics of Decision Making in Modern Business Systems provides a useful insight into the optimization of decision making within businesses for researchers and practitioners working within information economy creation and development and management strategy.
Introduction
Elena G. Popkova, Victoria N. Ostrovskaya and Yuliya G. Tyurina 
Part I. Theoretical Foundations of Studying Modern Business Systems 
Chapter 1. The Concept of Business System: the Main Notions and Their Essence; Elena G. Popkova, Alina V. Chesnokova, Aidarbek T. Gyiazov, Irina A. Morozova and Olga V. Fetisova 
Chapter 2. The Main Stages of Evolution of Modern Business Systems; Aleksei V. Bogoviz, Tatiana M. Rogulenko, Svetlana V. Ponomareva, Elena N. Lapina and Leonid V. Kolyadov 
Chapter 3. Approaches to Classification of Modern Business Systems; Svetlana V. Lobova, Anna V. Bodyako, Liudmila V. Dontsova, Evgeny A. An and Viktor N. Salin 
Part II. The Concept of Decision Making in Modern Business Systems  
Chapter 4. The Basic Principles of Functioning and Development of Modern Business Systems; Aleksei V. Bogoviz, Svetlana V. Lobova, Yulia V. Ragulina, Alexander N. Alekseev and Arutyun A. Khachaturyan
Chapter 5. The Essence of the Process of Decision Making as a Choice of the Existing Alternative; Olga G. Tretyakova, Olga P. Osadchaya, Elena I. Kostyukova, Mikhail V. Sirotenko and Irina V. Gimelshtein 
Chapter 6. Algorithm of Making of Managerial Decisions in the Conditions of Constant Changes; Olesya A. Stroeva, Innara R. Lyapina, Elena V. Sibirskaya, Elena V. Petrukhina and Liubov V. Plakhova  
Chapter 7. The Place and Role of Decision Making in the Process of Modern Enterprise Management; Olga V. Danilova 
Part III. Methodological Provision of Studying the Process of Decision Making in Modern Business Systems 
Chapter 8. Theoretical and Methodological Approaches to Decision Making in Modern Business Systems; Olga V. Danilova and Anastasiya V. Sorokina  
Chapter 9. Dependence of Risk of Making Wrong Decisions in Modern Business Systems on Their Organizational Structure; Nikolai G. Sinyavsky 
Chapter 10. Dependence of the Process of Decision Making in Modern Business Systems on Their Organizational Structure; Evgeniy G. Molchanov, Angelika K. Musaelyan, Ruslan G. Mikhaylenko and Elena N. Smertina 
Chapter 11. Connection Between Organizational Culture and Specifics of the Process of Decision Making in Modern Business Systems; Aleksei V. Bogoviz, Leonid F. Malinovski, Tamara G. Stroiteleva, Maxim M. Sharamko and Vera V. Dvoretskaya 
Part IV. Managerial Aspects of Decision Making in Modern Business Systems 
Chapter 12. The Role of Leadership in the Process of Decision Making in Modern Innovational Business Systems; Irina A. Morozova, Alina V. Chesnokova, Olga V. Fetisova and Liudmila S. Maksimenko  
Chapter 13. Decision Making in Modern Business Systems by the Principles of Outsource; Aleksei V. Bogoviz, Andrei V. Berezhnoi, Igor S. Mezhov, Olga V. Titova and Alexander N. Alekseev  
Chapter 14. Delegating Authorities in the Process of Decision Making in Modern Business Systems: the Traditional and New Concepts; Valentina N. Parakhina, Olga A. Boris, Galina S. Shelkoplyasova and Gelani I. Khanaliev  
Chapter 15. Regularities and Tendencies of Decision Making in Business Systems by the Example of Modern Russia; Margarita V. Melnik, Tatiana V. Skryl, Elena A. Gureeva, Irina F. Vetrova and Aleksandr V. Vetrov 
Part V. Regional Models of Decision Making in Modern Business Systems 
Chapter 16. Asian Model of Decision Making in Modern Business Systems; Irina A. Morozova, Valeriya P. Chayka, Alexey V. Tolmachev, Alina V. Chesnokova and Yulia I. Dubova 
Chapter 17. American Model of Decision Making in Modern Business Systems; Alina V. Chesnokova, Yulia I. Dubova, Tatiana N. Yudina and Olga I. Kontorovich 
Chapter 18. European Model of Decision Making in Modern Business Systems; Tatiana N. Litvinova 
Part VI. Meso-Level Results of Decision Making in Modern Business Systems 
Chapter 19. Conceptual Approaches to Determining, Diagnostics, and Forecasting the Region's Consumer Market; О.K. Lukhovskaya, O.Y. Guryeva, V.I. Perov, I.V. Malova and T.S. Kochetkova 
Chapter 20. Regional Mechanisms of Modernization of Infrastructure of Regions and the Country in the System of Innovational Development; Al-Muttar Mohammed Yousif Oudah, Anna V. Shokhnekh, Olga S. Glinskaya, Mohammed-Ikbal Shokhnekh and Ivan A. Chusov  
Chapter 21. Organizational Model of Restoration and Development of Country's Infrastructure on the Platform of Individual Physical and Practical Forces; Al-Muttar Mohammed Yousif Oudah  
Chapter 22. Innovational Development of Cluster of the Hospitality Industry in the System of Region's Economic Security: a Strategy of Activation of Small Business; Anna V. Shokhnekh, Olga A. Mironova, Lidiya A. Sizeneva, Marina N. Semenova and Al-Muttar Mohammed Yousif Oudah 
Conclusions; Elena G. Popkova, Victoria N. Ostrovskaya and Yuliya G. Tyurina
Elena G. Popkova is a Doctor of Economics, Professor and the President of the autonomous non-profit organization "Institute of Scientific Communications" in Volgograd, Russia. She is an active researcher who has published in numerous international scientific journals and is the author of more than 200 publications in Russian and English. 
Alina V. Chesnokova is a Doctor of Economics and lecturer at the Russian State University of Tourism and Service. Alongside her academic qualifications, she is also the founder and CEO of the advertising management agency, ADV Patron, and the author of multiple books and articles on marketing, project activities, and business decision making. 
Irina A. Morozova is Professor of the Chair "World economics and economic theory" of Volgograd State Technical University, Russia. She is an active researcher who regularly participates in international scientific conferences and has published in numerous scientific journals, indexed in Scopus and Web of Science.

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